MARGARET RASPÉ

AUTOMATIK

3.2. – 29.5.2023

 

In the spring of 2023, the Haus am Waldsee presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Berlin-based artist Margaret Raspé (b. 1933 in Breslau), who created a significant body of artistic work in the immediate vicinity of the Haus am Waldsee over the past five decades. In her practice, Raspé developed an ideosyncratic artistic language that considers life and art and their everyday conditions in unison.

 

Curated by:
Anna Gritz
Beatrice Hilke, Assistant Curator
Pia-Marie Remmers, Curatorial Assistant

Publication: The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue designed by HIT Studio.

 

 

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PRESS IMAGES

Margaret Raspé with camera helmet, ca. 1974, photo: Herbert Lachmayer, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Oh Tod, wie nahrhaft bist du, 1972-73, super 8, colour, without sound, 15 min., film still b/w: Elisabeth Niggemeyer, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Backe, backe Kuchen, 1973, super 8, colour, without sound, 20 min., film still b/w: Herbert Lachmayer, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Alle Tage wieder – let them swing!, 1974, super 8, colour, without sound, 20 min., film still, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Sekundenplastiken, 1974, Photo: Heiner Ranke, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Alle Tage wieder – let them swing!, 1974, super 8, colour, without sound, 20 min., film still, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Nike tanzt, 1985, Photo performance, photo: Dagmar Uhde, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Blindschnitt, 1987, Performance, Lawn mower drawing in the garden of Ruine der Künste, Berlin, photo: Wolf Kahlen, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Wasser ist nicht mehr Wasser, 1990, Performance in the river Bzura in Lodz, photo: Dagmar Uhde, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Wabenvideo 1, 1991, Video sculpture, Installation view „Il Cibo Nell’Arte“, Circolo Culturale Il Gabbiano, La Spezia, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Grastheater – Der Zeit einen Körper geben, 1996, Watercoloured photocopy, Project for the open-air theatre at the Haus am Waldsee, „50 Jahre Haus am Waldsee“, Berlin, Project not realised, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé with camera helmet, ca. 1974, photo: Herbert Lachmayer, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Backe, backe Kuchen, 1973, super 8, colour, without sound, 20 min., film still b/w: Herbert Lachmayer, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Sekundenplastiken, 1974, Photo: Heiner Ranke, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Nike tanzt, 1985, Photo performance, photo: Dagmar Uhde, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Wasser ist nicht mehr Wasser, 1990, Performance in the river Bzura in Lodz, photo: Dagmar Uhde, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Grastheater – Der Zeit einen Körper geben, 1996, Watercoloured photocopy, Project for the open-air theatre at the Haus am Waldsee, „50 Jahre Haus am Waldsee“, Berlin, Project not realised, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Oh Tod, wie nahrhaft bist du, 1972-73, super 8, colour, without sound, 15 min., film still b/w: Elisabeth Niggemeyer, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Alle Tage wieder – let them swing!, 1974, super 8, colour, without sound, 20 min., film still, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Alle Tage wieder – let them swing!, 1974, super 8, colour, without sound, 20 min., film still, Courtesy the artist and Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin

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Margaret Raspé, Blindschnitt, 1987, Performance, Lawn mower drawing in the garden of Ruine der Künste, Berlin, photo: Wolf Kahlen, Courtesy the artist

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Margaret Raspé, Wabenvideo 1, 1991, Video sculpture, Installation view „Il Cibo Nell’Arte“, Circolo Culturale Il Gabbiano, La Spezia, Courtesy the artist

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